THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
lFallTHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the
college year, at i7 E. Washington street,
(basement floor, side entrance Phone 892-3r
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S. EMORY THOMASON
RCOSCOE 13. HUSTON
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good, considering the circumstances
under which it was brought out. The + + + +
art, the verse, and in fact all is of S L E
commendable rank. It now rests with m
the students to help support the paper POPULAR COPYRIGHTS
by contributions and subscriptions. at POUL AtR PtICE.
The people who complain most about
a publication are generally those who Far Baullareds. 8 fllestrations Will Carleton
never write a line for it and who read Lazarre. llstr'atel
it over their neighbor's shoulders. The lletwen the inesi rate r
funny paper is as much a part of the . t, Charles King
Abrahm Li(-ol S beeheI,. E. tte'dcee
college life as the serious, literary'Tei,,li'enioeeof lavid C (r 'dnh n
magazine, and it is hence the duty of "taer's Frederick Goss
'l'he Glel:ilsse. Illlusee'u<Ltee
everyone who has any ability what- ,, Charle Iley Warner
ever to help out with his contribu- T'he'alitornians GtruedAthereto
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tions. Flotsam. Illnst ratel Ihenry Seesn Merriman
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GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. 't'e i,'latleE lijah. .iletreted.angwil
.ohn Uri Lloyd1
THE SKATER'S SONG. With lops'of Steel. Coed itrati
From the Daily Maroon of the Utni- ForLove orrown.Sil l'tree
versity of Chicago: The Love AlTairs of au OdMaide i illiaelBel
(An eccentric eestacy eclectically ech- The Caetai of he Janizaries
tome's At. Ludeloeew
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So here's to good fun and to pleasure
And to happiness free and divine!
Let's take of good cheer the full meas-
Leaving worry and study behind.
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"The Blazed Trail." etc
Illustrated with 18 full-page drawings
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and in the chapters of thi1 book
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There are stories of experiences
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Dec. 11-1904 Lit Class banquet at Coach Booth of Nebraska, has gone
Nichol's Hall at 6:30 p. m, to Princeton to try and arrange a foot
Dec. 11--Engineering Society. Ad- ball game between Nebraska and
dress by Geo. Worden of the Sol- Princeton to be played in Chicago the
vay Process Co., on "Drawing Room Saturday before Thanksgiving Day
Practice," in Physics Lecture Room. next year. Booth himself is a Prince-
Dec. 11.-German Social in Newberry ton man.
Hall at 8 p. m.
Dec. 11.-Cercle Francais Conference. The tower above the Reynolds
Address by Professor du Pont on Club at Chicago has been named
"Popular Songs," in Sarah Cas- the "Mitchell Tower" in honor of the
well-Angell Hall. man who donates the money to build
Gee. 12-Woman's League reception it. The tower is identical with the
in Barbour Gym. from 4 to 6 p. m. famous Magdalen tower at Oxford
Dec. 12.-Reception to Engineers in University. A set of chimes costing
Newberry Hall at 8 p. in.-
Dec w 14-Senior Law Dance. $5000 will soon be installed in the
Gee. 14.--CSe Unioa Dncet. tower and will ring each quarter hour.
Dec. 15--Choral Union concert,
The Daily desires to make the cal- Young ladies should never wear
ender as accurate and comprehensive white gloves according to the reason-
as possible. For this reason it is urg- ing of Prof. Scott of Northwestern
ently requested that announcements University.
of all meetings be deposited in the In discussing the reasons why wo-
Campus office before 6 p. m. men do not wear white gloves he says,
"White makes an object look larger
It is understood that the young lad- than it really is. Women do not wear
ies indulged in a quiet game of foot- white gloves because to do so would
ball in Barbour gymnasium, Saturday, make their hands look larger.'
and that a certain prominent girl ath-
lete is now confined to her room with
injuries. The young ladies will prob- The Columbian Spectator of Colum-
ably admit now, that football is more bia University will soon own and op-
enjoyable from the side lines, erate its own printing plant.
The' gym. has closed down for re-
pairs. The Huron still remains, how- Tommy pushed his aunt Elizer
ever, for those ambitious students who Off a rock into a geyser,
wish to bathe before Christmas. Now he's feeling quite dejected
Didn't get the rise expected.
No one denies that Princeton has Cornell.
won the football championship in the
East and that Michigan holds similar
honors in the West, but no oe seems , CHORAL UNION CONCERT.
to be able to figure out who are the On next Tuesday evening the Chorat
scholarship champions. Union will give its first concert of the
Even these breezy days one can see season in University Hall. The cho-
Eentwho have won football nu- rus is so large that it fills Frieze Me-
students, struting about the Campus morial Hall to the doors. The mem-
with their coats unbuttoned. It is re- have taken hold of the songs with
ported that one fellow in the library a wilt ,many of which areyChristmas
pushed out his chest so far that he carols, and there is every prospect
lost his balanceof a successful concert.
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